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Bunny Care Guide: What Foods Do Rabbits Eat?

Updated on February 25, 2016

Rabbit Food: What Is and Is Not Safe

Feeding your bunny is a more difficult task than it may seem at first. Popular lore has it that rabbits live off of carrots and lettuce. However, the reality is that feeding them nothing but lettuce and carrots will kill it pretty quickly and in a rather unpleasant fashion. There is a wide range of foods that you should not feed your rabbit, which also includes cabbage and parsnips.

The point of this article however, is to discuss what is good for your bunnies to eat. It's actually pretty simple: They should be fed a diet mostly comprised of grass hay (the simple stuff, otherwise often known as Timothy hay). They can also be fed straight grass, but the grass should always be dry.

Three Things You Can Feed Your Bunny

Grass and/or Hay

Grass or hay should make up the bulk of your rabbit's diet. One of these foods should always be available for it to munch. If you do feed it grass, make sure it has not come from anywhere that may have been treated with pesticides.

They need to eat almost constantly while they are awake, and the roughage and long fibers in grass and hay are excellent for keeping their digestive systems moving. It is vital that a rabbit's digestive system is always moving, so please never let them go without food, even overnight. Rabbits are crepuscular creatures, which means they tend to be more active around dawn and dusk, but they can also be active at varying times through the day and the night. Therefore they always need to have food on hand, and it should be hay or grass.

Pellets

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Pellets can also make up part of a rabbit's diet, but be sparing in how much you feed. Pellets, especially brands that contain little treats and seeds, are the equivalent of loading your pets up on cheeseburgers and fries. So while your little one will always be happy to eat these foods, they should be occasional treats, never the main meal. Straight pellets are slightly better, but they are still often quite concentrated food sources.

Fresh Vegetables

Some fresh vegetables and fruit make great additions their diet, but you should take a few precautions. Produce should only be fed to rabbits older than six months. After they are six months old, vegetables and fruits can be introduced in small amounts one at a time. Sudden dietary changes can upset their digestive system, resulting in sickness and diarrhea—pleasant for neither owner nor pet.

  • In small amounts, carrots are good for your bunny, as they contain vitamin A.
  • Portions of apple will also go down well with most bunnies.

However, you do have to be quite careful and avoid those which can cause gas or bloating. Cabbage, cauliflower, or broccoli is not a great idea. The reason you have to be so careful is the fact that a rabbit cannot pass gas or burp. This means that feeding foods which produce gas can result in bloating, pain, and even death.

Vegetables that are okay for bunnies include:

  • Carrot
  • Beet tops (not the root of the beet, which is the part humans normally consume)
  • Watercress
  • Sprouts
  • Parsley
  • Wheatgrass

There is some argument over leafy vegetables such as lettuce, cabbage, spinach, and the like. Some say that they should never be fed to bunnies; others say that the darker leaf vegetables are okay in small amounts. Personally, I find that it isn't worth the risk of accidentally harming the bunny simply in order to give it a wide variety of fresh vegetables. Stick with the safe foods, and you can be sure that your bunny will be okay. They will not suffer if they don't become vegetable connoisseurs—after all, the principle food of rabbits in the wild is simply various kinds of grass. There aren't too many vegetable gardens in the wild.

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      Cristian 6 weeks ago

      Can bunnys eat doughnut treats

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      Hamstergurl 2 months ago

      Yea, I am getting a bunny so I'm looking for information. I hear that they're really easy to litter train so....... And this is great information. I know that bunnys will sit still on u like guinea pigs which is awesome!

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      Nicholas 2 months ago

      Is it good to give your rabbit cotton candy grapes

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      UnicornLuv 3 months ago

      I love bunnies but I have 2 cats so they would pick them up listen to them squeak! :(

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      Maya 3 months ago

      I just gave my 2-3 month old bunny light-colored lettuce! Will he be okay?!?

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      erica 3 months ago

      we have many rabbits almost a hundred and we like to give are bunnies a mix of pellets oats and we usually mix in bird seed and some other kind of pellets and i like to make recipes like carrot lasagna from things a bunny can eat (non-cooked).

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      Makiya reeves 6 months ago

      I think veggies are healthy for them and helps them grow.

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      Isabella 7 months ago

      That is good

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      Kimbasmom 9 months ago

      My bunny refuses to eat Timothy Hey; I've tried different brands and tried the blocks; loose stuff messy. I bought some food with Timothy Hey in the ingredients and he actually eats around it! He does like spinach and I feed it almost daily for about a week; 1 handful, then I'll give him missed salad, a little carrots (too much carrot give him diarrhea.) Does anyone know a substitute for Timothy hay that I can give him?

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      Audrey 9 months ago

      I have just bought some kalettes (cross between kale and sprout) anyone know if these are OK for buns as cant find them in any list.

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      Frank 12 months ago

      We lost a dear rabbit 'Boland' three days ago. We are completely bereft, I never thought a rabbit, or any pet would become such a part of your family were he was loved like one of my children. He was clever, cheeky, loving, watched films with us, lived in our kitchen, was with us and around us all the time. He was litter trained but sometimes strayed, but was so smart you could tell him no and he would often then hop into his litter tray - he knew what you were saying.

      Anyway, he was only three and a half, we gave him the best grass and hay, he had a run outside and, when not raining, was out most days in his run and was often free to run around the garden though we had to be out with him as we worried about him being prey to predators, often he would run back into the house - he was such a house rabbit.

      Our undoing and ignorance was feeding him too many nuggets and too many grapes and other fruit - while we of course gave him a constant supply of the best greenest timothy hay etc, rabbits will always go for the treats first. We knew it had to be limited but didn't restrict it enough to the very, very occasional treat. Within the past eight weeks he started to develop wet patches under his jaw. When we first saw the damp fur we assumed it was from his water bowl but after a week checked and saw bald patches under his jaw. This coincided with him no longer eating his nibble seed sticks we gave him a bite of after he urinated in his litter tray. He also didn't want to strip his apple branches which he always used to love.

      We took him to a vet who guessed ringworm or ear mites - we applied cream, which in hindsight did more harm as it was painful for him when applied as is was actually his molars that had grown into the nerve in his lower jaw, this caused more saliva, hence the bald patched. They were also growing upwards, and three were also growing sideways into his gum - he was in a lot of pain and we never knew.

      After three visits we lost faith with our nearest vets, I now know it is vital that you see a vet expert in rabbits. We found a vet not too far from us who was expert in rabbit care and by just topical examination of the bald patches advised us it was over grown teeth all along. Perhaps nine out of ten issues with rabbits are dental. We didn't know and placed our faith in vets that should never have examined our rabbit as they had no knowledge of them and their 'red herring' diagnosis prolonged a rabbit's suffering and perhaps made the difference in being too late to save him.

      The rabbit-specialist vet we finally consulted prescribed a gut stimulant for two days to get his strength back and the operated two days later. The molars were in a far worse state and more developed than he anticipated. When 'unscrewing' the worst molar my rabbit's heart stopped. He was able to revive him, and advised this was the first time he had done this in 19 years - he was a little fighter. He advised that keeping him overnight, while standard procedure for cats or dogs, might frighten him, given the smell of dogs etc, and gave us glucose water to feed him every hour at home. Unfortunately he had a seizure of some kind and died in my arms that night.

      We are heart broken and realise that by not restricting his diet to almost exclusively grass and hay meant that he did not have enough attrition in his diet to grind down those molars.

      Please bear this in mind for your rabbit's diet, and don't hesitate to take them to a rabbit-specialist vet if you see the slightest change – the expert vet explained that rabbits tend to hide pain and problems as in the wild they need to hide any vulnerability.

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      Poo 13 months ago

      I just want to get a rabbit

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      Di 14 months ago

      Thanks

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      Millie 14 months ago

      My cousin had a rabbit and it died on Saturday

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      Tilly Blake 18 months ago

      My rabbit loves carrots and greens and his food but he usually chucks it around

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      Chaze7777 3 years ago

      Thank you so much for telling all about care and health for rabbits

      I like it

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      jad 3 years ago

      i have a bunny , and he EAT A LOT , is this normal?

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      unknown 3 years ago

      fool this a waste of time

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      Maria 4 years ago

      I was thinking about getting a bunny I live in a small town so hays not really around is there anything else I can feed her

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      jessica 4 years ago

      i found this website really helpful thank you for all your advice to help look after my rabbits i got them given 3 days ago theye are both 3 yrs old and wernt looked after propily so now they are in my hands im going to give them the best loveing home they should have had

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      cathy 4 years ago

      my bunny is a dwarf lophes 9 weeks old and its good to no what he can eat because i wanna give him the best life ever.

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      Jackson 5 years ago

      My rabbit is 7 weeks old and it eats grain and outher stuff

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      Emily 5 years ago

      My rabbit eats abslutly anything he can

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      Madi 5 years ago

      I found a wild rabbit and it is injured so i am taking care of it. can they eat celery??

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      Jenny 5 years ago

      I found a stray bunny today. In the hands of my apparently-hungry-but-has-food-in-it's-bowl puppy. (don't worry I scolded her for wanting to eat the poor thing.) I take care of many stray things (cats, puppies, etc.) so I it. But I've never taken care of a bunny. It like the size of my 2 fists (I'm an 11 year old) and I have no idea how to take care of it at this moment it is eating cilantro. What do I do!?!?!?

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      Ryan 5 years ago

      I just Got 2 rabbits named ian & anthony

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      teresa vailes 5 years ago

      I was a first time owner and found baby rabbits when they are tiny the best thing is goat milk,then little never feed lettace i killed eight of my twelve the second time owning bunnys and when you lose them it is like they got rabbit fever (NEVER) feed baby rabbits lettace my three that are left is daisy lion head,lumpalot my floopyears,ans dutches my big boy rabbit.i lost daisy,maisy,snowwhite,roudy,flufftough,tinytout,princess,lucky,three leged bunny,and slickter.and for there lose the second time raising i killed 8babys please when they are under 7wks and u find wild one start out with goat milk then work toward other stuff but no lattace to them all the wild one i am takin

      care of live out side but i put extra pellets 4 them and i only raise wild ones for 6wks and show them to run away first b4 leeting them go i want them to be afaid now if i hit on the side of the house they know trouble is coming and hide...

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      Rabbits 5 years ago

      here's a tip they said lettuce is bad for rabbits/bunny and am not sure about nuts

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      grace 5 years ago

      my bunny just had 4 bunny's and they all died cause they where cold. i thought they were 2 girls.

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      Arianna 5 years ago

      Can bunnies eat berries and nuts

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      Yolanda 5 years ago

      I read on another site that you can feed them kale, is that right?

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      sophie 5 years ago

      I feed my bunny t hay, pellets, cillantro, lettuce, cucumbers, apples, carrots, and tomato

      She likes:

      Pellets

      Cillantro

      Lettuce

      Tomatoes

      Colliflower

      She doesn't like:

      T hay

      Cucumbers

      Apples

      Carrots

      She seem very healthy and happy but I am going to take out the colliflower from her diet

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      Bree 5 years ago

      I have two rabbits, and I give them lettuce everyday for dinner since I've had them. They have never been sick and are living long happy lives (both 9 years old) so that isn't true about lettuce.

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      COCO` 5 years ago

      I give my rabbit bread and he loves it and he run around and he plays with the chicks and the birds.I LOVE MY RABBIT

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      nathaly 5 years ago

      So I have a 6wks old bunny and has diarrhea. First she was constipated and now diarrhea. I'm giving her pallets, t-hay, water, and romain lettuce every towards data. What do I do??? Please help! Thanks!

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      Co-co 5 years ago

      I have just got a new mini lop eared rabbit, called Co-co and it LOVES dandelions.

      What else should I feed it????? :)

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      Swapnil 5 years ago

      I have recently bougt a bunny (white colour) whc is 2 months old...but i dnt knw at what time intervals should i feed him..he eats grass, spinch leaves, beans, carrot only and drinks less water...pls suggest

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      Kenda 5 years ago

      I have a rex bunnie. She is about 5 mnths old and a chow that plays with her. They constantly chasing each other around in circles . If the dog aint chasing her , she wil run and jump in front of the dog to gets the dogs attention. My rabbit normally eats dog food with the dog, ritz crackers , romaine lettuce . She normalies runs the house with the dog . Im trying to leash train her . Is there any tips you can give me to help me ?

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      Lulabelle 5 years ago

      My Bunny is 8 years Old and she's recently stopped eating, we've tried tempting her with alsorts but she wont eat. She hasn't had the runs or anything, but when I was stroking her earlier I felt a hard lump on her tummy, and Im really worried! :(

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      Nichola 5 years ago

      Hello i hav had rabbits for over 15 years! I have always used the excel rabbit food in a green bag as the pellets are really good in preventing there teeth growing in to there gums, hay also plays a huge role in a rabbits diet! I have always given my rabbits a small piece of apple with no skin as a treat! Plenty of fresh water everyday!!! My rabbit is almost 10 and is loving life haha :)

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      Jasmine 5 years ago

      @Brittany check out this link https://hubpages.com/animals/Bunny-Care-Guide---Ho...

      @akeasha You should not have gotten a bunny before finding out caring procedures. Check out this link, this should help. https://hubpages.com/animals/The-Great-Big-New-Rab...

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      akeasha 5 years ago

      i got a rabbit yesterday and i do not no what to feed it with and how to handle it.

      I AM TOTALLY FREAKED OUT

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      destiney from erie 5 years ago

      i brung home 2 rabits and their cage but it wasn't til i got all the way home tht i fount 2 babie rabbits probily about 11 or 12 days old and i don't want them to die but i don't have the number to the man we got the rabbits from so i cant get ahold of him now since they moved and are already gone. what can i feed them?

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      jassy 5 years ago

      im going to get a bunny in 4 more weeks wat does it need to eat

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      Brittany 5 years ago

      How do u teach a bunny to go to the bathroom in a certain place?

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      New Bunny 5 years ago

      I just got a dwarf bunny and I have no idea what to give her(idk if it is acctually a her yet because its hard to tell when they are little). All I know is that she can eat her bunny food. She is small, about the size of my hand, and she eats a lot of her bunny food pellet things. She is also very bony, but has a chubby tummy. Idk if this is normal? Please help! :) Thanks!

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      jennifer63487 5 years ago

      My rabbit really does not eat

      I don't know why?

      It's weird................

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      cutie 5 years ago

      I got a bunny it was in my backyard we took it to petco ir was 3 weeks no mother what do i feed it help me hice me recomandation plzzz

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      Matildatherabbit 5 years ago

      To the people who feed rabbits hamburger and donuts-are you effing kidding me? You are killing that rabbit. Rabbits are vegetarians, the poor rabbit was obviosuly starving and desperate for whatever food it could get. I'm sure it died not long after you knowingly let it eat meat. Rabbits should ONLY eat grass hays (but not much of alfalfa after they are weaned), pellets (not too much-certainly not an entire bowl full-depending on the size about 1/4 cup a day or so)Oxbow preferably, assorted fresh veggies from a rabbit safe list-you can find one at www.adoptarabbit.org under "health and diet" and occasional fruit treats. High in calcium veggies such as kale should be given in smaller portions and it is an ongoing debate about carrots and even carrot tops.

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      Jennah 5 years ago

      This was great info and I really want a bunny my family had a bunny once and it ran away ): but no surprise because it lived in a box.....

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      Leigh Ann Sencion 5 years ago

      im glade that i read this or i could have had a dead bunnies

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      Jade Monique Taylor 5 years ago from Johannesburg - South Africa

      @Sara, is it safe for the bunny to be chewing cardboard and stuff like the toilet paper tubes you suggested and paper? My bunny chews on everything and I'm always taking it from him. I worry that swallowing some of it might affect him negatively. Is it actually safe?

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      sara 5 years ago

      Melissa-

      The carpet chewing might be a sign that your rabbit is bored or is not getting enough exercise. I would suggest stimulating your rabbits brain and body with toys. Like: cardboard boxes, telephone book pages (remove the cover), wood chews, straw balls, empty cardboard tubes (from tp or paper towels). This seemed to help Orion stop chewing carpet so much.

      Hope this helps.

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      Jade Monique Taylor 5 years ago from Johannesburg - South Africa

      My bunny has been eating bread for years. Sometimes he chooses bread over carrot when I have them both in front of him. He's been to the vet on numerous occasions and been perfectly fine. Maybe you should take your bunnies to the vet. There might be something wrong with them.

      I don't think it's the bread specifically.

      Good luck!

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      Melissa 5 years ago

      Me and my bf just got a satan bunny and he loves to play/ chew on the carpet. i read that it clots in the stomach... does anyone have ideas about what to get in place of the carpet

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      angerthoney 5 years ago

      I'm planning on getting my first bunny in a couple weeks and want to do what's best from day one. What types of things are best for bunnies to chew on. I was told that the ears of corn that places sell to feed squirrels/birds were good for bunnies?? Also, can you feed them dandelions from the yard as long as it hasn't been treated? Should you peel/wash carrots before feeding them and are the whole carrots better than the baby carrots?? Thanks!!

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      bunny lover 5 years ago

      Rabbits love bananas but they can only have it as a treat every now and then or they will start to get fat.

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      tilly 5 years ago

      i love my bunny he isssssssssssss soooooooo funny love him soooo much,jellybean

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      alizabeth 5 years ago

      i have the same problem rath!my bunny also ate bread and a pink jelly came out and it does not happen that often

      please answer!

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      Chloe 5 years ago

      I haven't got a rabbit but i would really like one. I have had rabbits before and they have had baby rabbits. I have been looking for a website that has all the information on that i need, adn this one helped me a lot

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      jessica 5 years ago

      i am new at this bunny thing so if any one could help i need a list of fruits they can eat

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      hannah 5 years ago

      i got my bunny thumper for christmas im 11 years old i love him so much and he loves me the info was so usefull thanks so much

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      Rach 5 years ago

      My rabbit has ate bread and then this jelly came out its bum, i heard it would be the glucose in the bread but now they are not eating and pooing little tiny pellets

      what should I do ?? please help

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      tilly 5 years ago

      my bunny is soooooooo funny he loves to thump his feet and me a crazy fellar!!!!!!!!!!!!!!can u feed bunnys tomtatoes??

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      madison 5 years ago

      i have a bunny and when my dad spills his drink my bunny runs up and sucks it up out of the rug is that normal?

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      wiktoria 5 years ago

      what do you do when a rabbit is shaking or it is stranglad by a rope

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      nadia 5 years ago

      when i clean my bunnys cage i put hay in it and he ends up eating it but my bunny is so cute hes about to be a year old in april

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      Shelly 5 years ago

      I have a rabbit and i feed him t.hay pellets and vegges. i gave him a would block to chew on. we play outside every day but he refuses pointblank to do tricks in front of anyone but me. why dose he do that can you help?

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      zenzen 5 years ago

      Hi.I have a rabbit that is a boy and he is hamless.He wont even hert a fly but i want to teach him a thew trix. It will be so cool if you give me some advice.

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      Rach 5 years ago

      Our rabbits name is thumper, she is a beautiful rabbit and love her to bits. She recognises us and comes to us when we call her. She romes round free in our bak yard and loves to eat grass, pellets, rose peddles, dried banana, a carrot once in a while. She enjoys jumping rounding thumping her feet an flicking round our grass clippings.

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      izzle808 5 years ago

      I have read in numerous books that too much lettuce can be fatal for rabbits as it can cause constipation and diarrhea, and can sometimes even result in death. I love your hub though, it is great!

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      katrina67 5 years ago

      awww that's soooooooo sad

      and im not sure

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      crystal1 5 years ago

      my bunny died...

      but now i got 3 more,what r u supposed 2 do if ur bunnies teeth get to long

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      kallisa 5 years ago

      one time my bunny bite my finger is that ok will it give me rabies

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      cat 5 years ago

      wow, just popped online to see if there were any new, exciting diet suggestions for my rabbits, lol! They are FGs, had them for about 6 weeks now so are 14 wks old. They live in a chicken coop (just them, no chickens!) so apart from grass, they get hay and pellets every day, and we also offer them...lettuce (aarghh!), capsicum, strawberries, grape leaves, spinach, spring onions, apples, carrots, every herb in the book (they love them all, especially basil and parsley), tomatoes...you name it, they've been offered it. They reject what they don't like...carrots, in particular, although they like the tops! They run around every day, are bright eyed and friendly and poos are all good. I think a lot of care and a lot of love + offer them such a choice that they can take what works for them.

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      Amanda Armstrong 5 years ago

      I am getting a Dwarf rabbit i have a few questions, How big can a dwarf rabbit get, and can you get the hay from a grocery store or do you have to go to a pet store? and can they live off just hay and vegies? Thanks if anyone can answer all my questions

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      taryn :) 5 years ago

      Do not feed baby bunnies pellets its bad for tere jaws

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      Kristina 5 years ago

      I have two bunnies and I've had them for about two months. In the beginning they ate mostly hay. But now they're not really eating as much. They're not even touching their hay and they only eat the colorful pieces in their pellets. I've been giving them the popcorn vegetable stick treats. But they're barely eating that as well. When I went to the pet store, I was told to feed them kale. They absolutely love it but it has been giving them soft stool. Fruits and vegetables in general have given my bunnies soft stool. I'm struggling to find a food that they enjoy and will stick with. I do give my bunnies vitamins in their water. It's actually pretty surprising that they haven't been eating as much because my bunnies recently started mating and I'm expecting a liter in the next few weeks. Every website suggests different foods to feed or not to feed a rabbit and every vet has different suggestions as well. I would suggest mostly hay, pellets and the occasional fruit or vegetable. One of my bunnies just learned how to thump and like clockwork every night between 10pm to 12am she thumps. I've heard that thumping only really happens when something bad is about to happen or if your rabbit is scared. But my bunny does it when shes playing with her brother. I've found that letting them out of the cage to play for an hour before I go to sleep helps. Tonight for the first time I gave them a bath, I've heard mixed things about baths but my bunnies absolutely loved it. It was a whole new adventure for them. So far it seems like they're tired out from their bath so hopefully they'll let me and my entire family sleep tonight!

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      ashleynicole 5 years ago

      someone told me i need to put drops in my bunnies water just got her any advice??

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      jackie 5 years ago

      My bunny refuses to eat timothy hay, and even does his buisness in it. what do i do? :(

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      cheryl 5 years ago

      Hi i have just go a babe giving to me not tosure how old or what sex how can i find it out plz. and what age can start eatin veg

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      Amber 5 years ago

      My rabbit is wild (LEGAL!) an Eastern Cottontail. And she's georgous. My cat brought her in when she was barely a week old and we nursed her like we were supposed to, we tried to let her go, but she wouldn't go, so we kept her. She eats all sorts of things, but I'm not sure what to feed her because everything people write is about domestic breeds. Can anyone tell me what to feed her or should I feed her the same as a domestic rabbit?

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      tilly 5 years ago

      my bunny runs around the garden in the day but at night he sleeps in his housexxis that bad???

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      nana 5 years ago

      is spinach really bad for bunnys

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      wn... 5 years ago

      l heard the spinach is bad for bunny,so i never give him to eat

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      nana 5 years ago

      hey my bunny is so cute i can cuddle with him he does not bite he nibbles on me but then he starts to lick me awwwwwwwwww!!!!!!!!!!!!!! =)

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      planetuzor 5 years ago

      Very helpful ..wanna turn this blog to be and create an animal page on it. http://thenewbabychecklist.com. Thanks for this tips

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      Jello11111 5 years ago

      I know but what do I feed it

      THANKS

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      tilly 5 years ago

      jello your bunny will eventulary die after a while u know!:)sadley that is truexxxx

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      Jello11111 5 years ago

      I'm getting a bunny and I don't want it to die so please tell me the propper thIngs to feed it thanks

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      5 years ago

      cool bunnies

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      tilly 5 years ago

      no rabbit46 bunnys arnt daungerous but if it draws blood he or she might be hungry or bored or u might need to get his or hers teeth cut by the vet of couce though xxx

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      tilly 5 years ago

      i have a bunny called jelly bean and love him sooo muchxx

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      ff 5 years ago

      ??3?no its not dangerous

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      rabbit46 5 years ago

      is rabbits bite dangerous?

      because my one rabbit bites me.. and it have blood

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      rabbit46 5 years ago

      last day i buy a rabbit at a pet shop. they are both girls. they are both 3 months old too said the vet were i buy them.. can i feed them hay at there ages? and can i feed them fruits or veges?

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      jessica 5 years ago

      ???????i have a pet bunny her name is princess she is the cutest little thing that i ever saw.i ? her so much.I have a friend named baily she has a babby bunny that she found her by herself. she was so cute and she's also healthy too.she now has babby bunnies.My friend gave me one he is a boy now i have two pet bunnies now. they have babby bunnies but i gave them away i still got three more so if sombody want one just tell me. bye bye thanks for reading my story !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! p.s they eat cabbage carrots and oher fruits

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      rebbeca 5 years ago

      my bunny eats hay,grass, and bread my bunny is cool

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      Kyle 5 years ago

      I know a friend who has a very healthy bunny that has been eating different kinds of veggies at every turn of every season, it eats a small piece of banana, some type of leaf vegetable(I think it is lettuce), it eats kale, and a few sprigs(I think that is what they are called), this bunny is healthy and it has no problems.